(Credit: Mginanjar/ Kaskus screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET)
One day, Google Street View cars will all be self-driving. Then, every crash will be the fault of some human who doesn’t work for Google.
For now, we have to put up with the idea that there’s a human at the Street View wheel who might do what humans sometimes do.
One Street View driver in Bogor, Indonesia, seems to have struggled in traffic and caused a touch of mayhem.
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